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Vegetarian Lentil Shepherd’s Pie

One of the benefits of eating vegetarian or vegan on Thanksgiving is that you can be as creative as you want with your main dish. This hearty casserole dish is filled with flavorful root vegetables and protein-packed lentils.

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Caramelized Pineapple Sundaes

Layers of sweet pineapple are topped with siggi’s yogurt, toasted coconut chips and crunchy macadamia nuts.

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Baked Apples Stuffed with Oatmeal

They're high in fiber, naturally sweetened, easy to prep and only bake for 30 minutes!

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Tailor Your Tea However You Like

The Tea Zinger allows you to make your own infusions combining tea or herbs with fresh citrus and other flavors.

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Help End Food Insecurity Among Our Veterans and Military Families

This Veterans Day, as we pause to honor the sacrifice of our active duty military, veterans, and their families, it is also important to recognize the struggles that come with the uncertainty of military life.

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Liven Up Your Salads with Homemade Dressing

Making salad dressing might seem a bit intimidating at first, but it is truly foolproof and, if it doesn’t taste right, you can always tweak it.

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Blueberry Cornbread Bites

A tasty cornbread with a whole-wheat bonus is topped with siggi’s yogurt and a molasses pine nut brittle.

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Kohlrabi and Potato Soup

Kohlrabi is a funny-looking vegetable, and can be a little intimidating at first glance. But it is also rich in vitamin C and phytochemicals, so it is yet another of those health-promoting veggies.

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Breakfast Quinoa with Ginger and Cinnamon

Quinoa is higher in protein and fiber than other grains, which means it promotes satiety. In addition, it’s a decent source of iron — a nutrient that can be deficient, particularly for women and kids.

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Tart

Walnut crust is topped with a creamy strawberry-rhubarb filling and fresh sliced strawberries.

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Small Dishes with Big Benefits

For me, these ramekins are a gateway to achievable, sophisticated cooking. After trialing four different dishes, I am sold.

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Gym Bag Nutrition: Eating on the Go

Searching for the right foods to benefit your training can be tough. Grocery stores have an endless supply of foods designed for athletes. And reading sports nutrition product food labels can be confusing.

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Roasted Carrots with Lentils

Featuring crunchy, roasted lentils and sweet carrots over ricotta and Asiago cheese, this divine combination of textures and flavors brings together important nutrients in a delectable way.

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Rosewater Raspberry Frozen Yogurt

Smooth raspberry, cardamom and rosewater flavored frozen yogurt is topped with fresh raspberries and crunchy almonds.

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Help Meet Calcium Needs with Non-Dairy Sources

While supplements and fortified foods certainly have their place to help address gaps in the diet, there are lots of non-dairy foods that are natural sources of calcium.

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Strawberry Coffee Cake

Coffee cake lightens up with a whole-wheat flour blend, siggi’s yogurt and fresh strawberries.

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Help Stop Food Waste by Embracing 'Ugly' Produce

Consumers and retailers reject millions of perfectly nutritious produce based solely on aesthetics. Meanwhile, millions of people around the globe go hungry, living in undernourished communities with limited access to the very same foods many overlook.

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5 Tips for Safer Slow Cooking

No matter the season, slow cookers are a handy kitchen device. But before you plug in, let’s review five tips that will ensure you're using your slow cooker safely.

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A Seat at the Global Table: Dining Etiquette from Around the World

Table manners differ from country to country, and what is considered polite in one may be the height of rudeness in another. To save you from a dining disaster, I consulted foodies from around the world to learn more about what is considered tacky at the global table.

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Southern Peach Frittata

A flavorful frittata filled with caramelized onions and topped peppery arugula and feta cheese is a perfect one-pan meal.

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Creating a Culture of Health at School

When students are healthy, the benefits are numerous: They perform better on tests, get better grades overall, have fewer missed days of school and behave better in class. Get inspired and learn about opportunities for making healthy habits among school-aged kids.

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How to Make Dried Fruit without a Food Dehydrator

Left with about four pounds of plums, and always hating to waste food, I figured making dried fruit would be pretty easy … and I was right!

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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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Stone Soup is a guest blog written by members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Content — including information, recipes and views expressed — is that of the authors and does not reflect the positions or policies of Food & Nutrition Magazine or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Bloggers are required to pledge they will not write for Stone Soup on topics, companies or trade organization they currently represent or have represented at any time.

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